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GBPPR 'Zine Issue #95 / The Monthly Journal of the American Hacker / March 2012
GBPPR 'Zine Issue #95 / The Monthly Journal of the American Hacker / March 2012
GBPPR 'Zine Issue #95 / The Monthly Journal of the American Hacker / March 2012

Issue #95

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The Monthly Journal of the American Hacker

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March 2012

"A Bible and newspaper in every house, a good school in every district − all studied and appreciated as they merit − are the principle support of virtue, morality and civil liberty."

−−− Quote from Benjamin Franklin (1706−1790) in March of 1778.

Table of Contents

Page 2 / Office Overload Controls Feature / #1 ESS − Part 2

Set of features to detect and alleviate call handling overload conditions under a #1 ESS.

Page 24 / Simple UFO Detector

Add−on to a pair of binoculars to detect the modulations in a light source.

Page 31 / High−Current 24 VDC Power Supply

Simple 24 VDC power supply project capable of sourcing 20 amps.

Page 41 / Bonus

DHS at Work

Page 42 / The End

Editorial and rants.

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Simple UFO Detector

Overview

Ever wanted a device which you could point at an unknown light in the sky and have it tell you if it's an UFO?

Well, now you can build one! Kinda

By adding a simple phototransistor to one of the eyepieces on an old pair of binoculars, and coupling the phototransistor's output into the "Simple Optical Receiver Project #1" from GBPPR 'Zine, Issue #87, you'll have a device which can be used to monitor any modulation(s) of the target light in the sky.

What makes this an "UFO detector" is the fact that some large commercial and military airplanes have lights (landing, navigation, etc.) which are modulated at 400 Hz.

In order to reduce weight (and increase efficiency) of an airplane's electrical system, they tend to use a 400 Hz modulated 120 VAC buss, as opposed to the standard 50/60 Hz 120 VAC you see from your wall outlet. The higher the frequency of the AC signal, the physically smaller the transformer needed to step−up or step−down the AC voltage. The equals a significant reduction in unnecessary weight for the airplane.

That was a pretty quick overview, and you can Google for hundreds of more articles on airplane electrical systems, but all you really need to know is that SOME of the lights on an airplane sound like a 400 Hz tone when you "listen" to them via a phototransistor−based optical receiver. Not all planes use a 400 Hz AC electrical system, with smaller airplanes being run from +12 or +24 VDC batteries. Since those smaller planes tend to have propellers, you should be able to use your ears to weed them out from UFOs. In some cases, it's possible to "hear" the vibration in the lights caused by the propeller.

Mirages and "floating" lights from atmospheric conditions or temperature inversions will tend to have a 50/60 Hz (or 100/120 Hz) modulation as the illumination source is often just regular lights on the ground.

Some filament−based car headlights will have a "brrrr the headlights.

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modulation as the road vibrations modulate

Military illumination and counter−IR flares may have a "crackling" modulation, but I don't have a way to test this right now.

and counter−IR flares may have a "crackling" modulation, but I don't have a way to test

Pictures & Construction Notes

Pictures & Construction Notes Overview of the parts for the UFO detector. Above is an old

Overview of the parts for the UFO detector.

Above is an old pair of Bushnell 7x35 binoculars and a 1−inch PVC cap.

The binoculars should have rubber eyepiece cups which can be unscrewed, as shown on the left.

Paint the inside of 1−inch PVC cap with some non−reflective paint. Mask off the rim

Paint the inside of 1−inch PVC cap with some non−reflective paint.

Mask off the rim of the PVC cap so you have a clear area to glue the rubber eyepiece cup inside the cap.

You'll also want to drill a hole (either 3/8" or 1/2") for mounting a BNC jack in the center of the flat side of the PVC cap.

Glue the rubber eyepiece cup just inside the 1−inch PVC cap. Be sure the eyepiece

Glue the rubber eyepiece cup just inside the 1−inch PVC cap.

Be sure the eyepiece cup is flush with the top of the PVC cap.

Also be sure not to get any glue on the eyepiece cup's threads.

If you're lucky, you'll have a perfect fit. If the PVC cap is too large, you'll have to wrap a few layers of electrical tape around the eyepiece cup.

On the front of the PVC cap, an isolated BNC jack will be mounted. The

On the front of the PVC cap, an isolated BNC jack will be mounted.

The collector (flat−side) and emitter of the phototransistor (Radio Shack #276−145) will be attached to the isolated BNC jack. You'll need to guesstimate the phototransistor's final lead lengths.

An isolated BNC jack will allow for more options in configuring the phototransistor for the post−processing electronics, and is highly recommended.

for more options in configuring the phototransistor for the post−processing electronics, and is highly recommended. 28
Mounting the phototransistor inside the 1−inch PVC cap. The phototransistor should be mounted just a

Mounting the phototransistor inside the 1−inch PVC cap.

The phototransistor should be mounted just a few millimeters away from the glass of the eyepiece. You may want to fiddle and experiment with the final mounting distance.

Adjust the threading distance on the eyepiece to give you a bit of a "fine tune."

Completed UFO detector. Screw the new eyepiece onto the binoculars and connect the output from

Completed UFO detector.

Screw the new eyepiece onto the binoculars and connect the output from the phototransistor to the optical receiver.

Test the unit by viewing a distant terrestrial light source you know is modulated at 60 Hz. While viewing the light source in the "normal" eyepiece of the binoculars, you should also "hear" the 60 Hz modulation of the light in the audio output from the optical receiver.

It's also possible to analyze the target light source via computer audio spectrum analysis software. This is a good way to create a catalog of known objects which you can quickly reference.

Another trick is to add a small piece of diffraction grating and a small color digital camera over the binocular eyepiece. This acts as a "poor man's spectroscope" and allows you to study the different wavelengths which make up the target light you are monitoring.

Sodium−vapor lamps, like those found in most streelights, will have a strong color spectrum in the yellow−orange−red bands along with a distinct turquoise band. Neon lights tend to have a single color or several bands of distinct colors. Mercury−vapor lamps tend to have several bands in the blue−violet spectrum.

High−Current 24 VDC Power Supply

Overview

This is simple +24 VDC power supply project capable of supplying around 20 amps. It's based around two Cosel UAW250S−24 +24 VDC switching power supply modules operated in parallel. Each individual power supply module is capable of sourcing around 11 amps at +24 VDC, and two of them in parallel will give an easy 20 amps. A maximum of five units can be connected in parallel.

The Cosel UAW250S−24 switching power supplies themselves are very well constructed and can sometimes be found for fairly low cost on eBay. The modules contain voltage and current balance connection points for maintaining the proper voltage and current balancing when operating in parallel. The modules are also capable of "remote sensing." This allows the power supply to increase its output voltage to compensate for the resistive losses when using long DC power wires on a high current load. This makes the power supply ideal for powering high−current +24 VDC RF power amplifiers.

The power modules do require attention to detail when operating in parallel. If there isn't adequate airflow, fans should be added to blow cool air over the modules. There should also be a single−point common ground on the output. The 24 volt ground should also be isolated from the Earth/frame ground. These steps will help minimize interference from ground loops.

Each Cosel UAW250S−24 module will draw 6 amps on their AC input when run at full load. This means the AC mains should be able to handle at least 15 amps continuous. Each power supply module also has its own 10 amp fuse, EMI filter, output over−current limit, and thermal shut−down protection so there is no need to add these features externally.

When operating the Cosel UAW250S−24 modules in parallel, one unit will be designated the "master" unit while the other unit(s) will be the "slaves." The final output voltage should be tweaked ONLY on the master unit. The slave unit should have its voltage adjust potentiometer rotated all the way clockwise (when the terminal block is facing you).

When using remote sensing in a parallel operation, the sensing wires should ONLY be connected to the master unit. The "Monitor +" & "Remote Sense +" and "Monitor −" & "Remote Sense −" terminals on the slave unit(s) should be shorted.

The power supply modules have AC mains in−rush current protection, but avoid rapidly turning the units on and off.

Output over−current protection is built into the power supply modules. It will come into effect when the output current draw of the module reaches 105% of its rated current. The power supply module will automatically recover when the over−current fault condition is corrected.

Output over−voltage protection is also built into the power supply modules. It will come into effect when the output voltage of the module reaches 115−140% of its rated voltage. The power supply module should be shut down for a minimum of five minutes after an over−voltage fault condition occurs.

Pictures & Construction Notes

Pictures & Construction Notes Overview of one of the Cosel UAW250S−24 switching power supplies. The open−frame

Overview of one of the Cosel UAW250S−24 switching power supplies.

The open−frame modules are designed to be attached to a metal surface for further heatsinking.

Additional forced−air cooling should be used if the power supply modules will be run at full load for an extended period of time.

Overview of the edge−mounted input/output voltage terminal connections. 120 VAC mains input is on the

Overview of the edge−mounted input/output voltage terminal connections.

120 VAC mains input is on the right.

+24 VDC outputs are on the left.

The pinout for the connections are (from left−to−right):

Terminal Number

Label

Description

1

V+

Output +

(1 & 2 are connected together)

2

V+

Output +

3

V−

Output −

(3 & 4 are connected together)

4

V−

Output −

5

FG

Frame Ground

(Earth ground from AC mains)

6

AC

AC Mains Input − Live

(Black wire − usually)

7

AC

AC Mains Input − Neutral

(White wire − usually)

The output voltage adjust potentiometer (light blue) is to the left of the terminal block. Output voltage is increased by turning the potentiometer clockwise and is decreased by turning the potentiometer counterclockwise.

The green LED lights when the unit is powered.

Remote sensing and voltage/current balance connections on the slave unit. I didn't have the proper

Remote sensing and voltage/current balance connections on the slave unit.

I didn't have the proper matching connector for these terminals so I just soldered the wires to the exposed pins.

The "Monitor +" & "Remote Sensing +" (pins 8 & 9) terminals are shorted together, so are the "Monitor −" & "Remote Sensing −" (pins 10 & 11) terminals.

The GREEN wire goes to the Voltage Balance connection on the master unit.

The WHITE wire goes to the Current Balance connection on the master unit.

The BARE wire goes to the common Voltage Balance/Current Balance Ground on the master unit.

These connections are mandatory when operating the units in parallel to maintain proper voltage and current balancing between the master and slave unit(s).

Overview of the CN1 (left), CN2 (center), and CN3 (right) terminals. The pinout for the

Overview of the CN1 (left), CN2 (center), and CN3 (right) terminals.

The pinout for the CN1 connections are (from left−to−right):

Terminal Number

Description

8

Monitor +

Short 8 & 9 together on slave unit.

9

Remote Sensing +

10

Remote Sensing −

Short 10 & 11 together on slave unit.

11

Monitor −

The pinout for the CN2 connections are (from left−to−right):

Terminal Number

Description

12

Voltage Balance (VB)

13

Voltage Balance/Current Balance Ground

14

Current Balance (CB)

The pinout for the CN3 connections are (from left−to−right):

Terminal Number

Description

15

Voltage Balance (VB)

16

Voltage Balance/Current Balance Ground

17

Current Balance (CB)

The CN2 and CN3 terminals are the same.

Mounting the slave unit in an old ammo case. A small little terminal block was

Mounting the slave unit in an old ammo case.

A small little terminal block was attached to the unit for a common point to attach the incoming 120 VAC mains.

Ferrite beads where added over the incoming AC mains wires.

The power supply modules have several threaded M4 screw attachment points.

Behind the front−panel overview. A standard 120 VAC IEC connector is along the bottom for

Behind the front−panel overview.

A standard 120 VAC IEC connector is along the bottom for the AC mains input. A SPST power switch is just above that. A green neon lamp acts as a power indicator.

An isolated BNC jack (middle − to the right of the power switch) is used for the remote sensing connections. An isolated connection is required as the remote sensing should take place only at the load. The small RED wire from the BNC jack center goes to the "Remote Sensing +" (pin 9) terminal on the master unit, and the small BLACK wire goes to the "Remote Sensing −" (pin 10) terminal on the master unit.

Standard banana jacks (mounted 3/4−inch apart) will be used for the +24 VDC outputs.

Wiring overview. The slave unit is on top, the master unit along the bottom. The

Wiring overview.

The slave unit is on top, the master unit along the bottom.

The two units are wired in parallel (V+ on the master to V+ on the slave, V− on the master to V− on the slave) with the other V+ and V− connections going to an optional 10,000 µF filter capacitor.

This capacitor adds a little extra filtering in case of a current spike and also acts as the connection point for the single−point ground system.

The AC mains and DC output wires should be as physically separate as possible.

Behind the front−panel overview, wiring complete. Slave unit is on the left, master unit is

Behind the front−panel overview, wiring complete.

Slave unit is on the left, master unit is on the right.

Two ferrite beads were added over the remote sense wires.

Output wiring should be with heavy−gauge wires (#12 or #14) and properly crimped ring terminals. Add a bit of solder to the ring terminals for extra resiliency.

A 3 kohm, 5 watt resistor was added across one of the +24 VDC output terminals to drain the filter capacitor when the power is off.

Completed power supply overview. The three sets of bananna jacks are for the +24 VDC

Completed power supply overview.

The three sets of bananna jacks are for the +24 VDC outputs.

120 VAC mains comes in via the IEC connector on the bottom−right. The Cosel UAW250S−24 power supply modules will work from 85 VAC to 270 VAC without the need for any reconfiguration.

The isolated BNC jack is for remote sensing at the load. To use the remote sensing feature, run shielded wires or piece of coax from the +/− power connections at the load to the remote sense input BNC jack (center pin is +) on the power supply.

As the load draws more current and the power supply's output voltage begins to sag, the remote sense feature will slighty increase the output voltage from the two power supply modules to compensate for this.

If the remote sense feature is not used, it must be connected back to one of the +24 VDC outputs. This is shown above with a small BNC jumper cable and a BNC−to−banana jack adapter.

Bonus

Bonus Excerpt from the Department of Homeland Security's 2011 Analyst's Desktop Binder discussing keywords for

Excerpt from the Department of Homeland Security's 2011 Analyst's Desktop Binder discussing keywords for their "Media Monitoring Capability."

LOL!

End of Issue #95

End of Issue #95 Editorial and Rants Any Questions? Maybe these Pakistanis are on to something?

Editorial and Rants

Any Questions?

End of Issue #95 Editorial and Rants Any Questions? Maybe these Pakistanis are on to something?
End of Issue #95 Editorial and Rants Any Questions? Maybe these Pakistanis are on to something?

Maybe these Pakistanis are on to something? LOL!

If this little girl would have drawn of picture of "my two daddies," she and her "parents" would have been paraded around like heros in the Jew media. Draw a

gun, and well

you might get raided for running an illegal nuclear weapons program!

Jail time! Better hope your kid doesn't draw a picture of the Sun or

Man Shocked by Arrest After Daughter Draws Picture of Gun at School

February 24, 2012 − From: therecord.com

by Dianne Wood

KITCHENER [Canada] −− A Kitchener father is upset that police arrested him at his children's' school Wednesday, hauled him down to the station and strip−searched him, all because his four−year−old daughter drew a picture of a gun at school.

"I'm picking up my kids and then, next thing you know, I'm locked up," Jessie Sansone, 26, said Thursday.

"I was in shock. This is completely insane. My daughter drew a gun on a piece of paper at school."

The school principal, police and child welfare officials, however, all stand by their actions. They said they had to investigate to determine whether there was a gun in Sansone's house that children had access to.

"From a public safety point of view, any child drawing a picture of guns and saying there's guns in a home would warrant some further conversation with the parents and child," said Alison Scott, executive director of Family and Children's Services.

Waterloo Regional Police Insp. Kevin Thaler said there was a complaint from Forest Hills public school that "a firearm was in a residence and children had access to it. We had every concern, based on this information, that children were in danger."

Their concern wasn't based on the drawing alone, he said.

Neaveh, the child who made the drawing, also made comments about it that raised more flags.

Sansone thinks police overreacted. He didn't find out until hours after his arrest what had actually sparked the incident.

He said he went to the school Wednesday afternoon to pick up his three children. He was summoned to the principal's office where three police officers were waiting. They said he was being charged with possession of a firearm.

He was escorted from the school, handcuffed and put in the back of a cruiser.

At the same time, other police officers went to his home, where his wife and 15−month−old child were waiting for his return.

They made his wife come to the police station while the other three children were taken to Family and Children's Services to be interviewed.

"Nobody was given any explanation," said his wife, Stephanie Squires. "I didn't know why he was being arrested."

"He had absolutely no idea what this was even about. I just kept telling them, 'You're making a mistake.'"

At the police station, Sansone talked to a lawyer who said only that he was being charged with possession of a firearm, Sansone said.

He kept asking questions. He was given a blanket and told he would appear before a judge in the morning to post bail.

"I was getting pretty scared at that point," Sansone said. "It seemed like I was actually being charged at this point."

He was forced to remove his clothes for a full strip search.

Several hours later, a detective apologized and said he was being released with no charges, Sansone said.

The detective told him that his four−year−old daughter had drawn a picture of a man holding a gun. When a teacher asked her who the man was, the girl replied, "That's my daddy's. He uses it to shoot bad guys and monsters."

"To be honest with you, I broke down," Sansone said. "My character got put down so much. I was actually really hurt, like it could happen that easy."

"How do you recognize a criminal from a father?'"

He said he thought he had good relations with the principal who offered him a job last year counselling students at the school.

"We're educated," he said. "I'm a certified PSW (personal support worker) and a life issues counsellor. I go into schools to try to make a difference."

After he was released, Sansone was asked to sign a paper authorizing a search of his home. He signed, even though he didn't have to, he said.

"I just think they blew it out of proportion," Squires said. "It was for absolutely nothing. They searched our house upside down and found nothing. They had the assumption he owned a firearm."

"The way everything happened was completely unnecessary, especially since we know the school very well. I don't understand how they came to that conclusion from a four−year−old's drawing."

Scott, of Family and Children's Services, said the agency was obligated to investigate after getting a report from the school.

"Our community would have an expectation if comments are made about a gun in a house, we'd be obligated to investigate that to ensure everything is safe."

If there's a potential crime that's been committed, the agency must call in police, she said.

"In the end, it may not be substantiated. There may be a reasonable explanation for why the child drew that gun. But we have to go on what gets presented to us."

"I'm sure this was a very stressful thing for the family," she acknowledged.

The school principal, Steve Zack, said a staff member called child welfare officials because the law requires them to report anything involving the safety or neglect of a child.

The agency chose to involve police, he said.

"Police chose to arrest Jessie here. Nobody wants something like this to happen at any time, especially not at school. But that's out of my hands."

Sansone says he got into some trouble with the law five years ago, and was convicted of assault and attempted burglary. But he's put all that behind him. He never had any firearms−related charges.

As for the strip search, Thaler said it was done "for officer safety, because it's a firearms−related incident.

"At the point in the investigation when it was determined it was not a real firearm, the individual was released unconditionally," he said.

when it was determined it was not a real firearm, the individual was released unconditionally," he

Let's play a game of Guess the Race. Note the words "Saudi Arabia" in the article's title

Teen from Saudi Arabia to Face Federal Charges in E−Cigarette Incident

February 22, 2012 − From: oregonlive.com

by Helen Jung

A

man who was arrested Tuesday after defying a flight attendant's orders to turn off an "e−cigarette"

is

to make his first court appearance this afternoon on a federal charge of interfering with flight crew

members and attendants.

Yazeed Mohammed Abunayyan, 19, of Saudi Arabia is also accused of of "yelling profanities and swinging his fist at the flight attendant, hitting or attempting to hit several passengers, and speaking or singing about Usama bin Laden and his hatred of women," according to the indictment.

He was taken into custody after Continental Flight 1118, which was headed to Houston, turned around and landed back at Portland International Airport. Abunayyan had allegedly refused to turn off an electronic cigarette −− in which a lithium battery heats a liquid nicotine solution to create a vapor for inhaling −− and "was not cooperative," according to authorities.

A passenger on the flight shot a cellphone video as Abunayyan was handcuffed on the airplane.

This is Abunayyan's second brush with the law in a two−day period. Abunayyan was arrested on Feb. 19 by Ashland police after leading them on a low−speed car chase west of the Southern Oregon University campus.

During the 20−minute encounter, he nearly hit a pedestrian and rammed two police cars, according

to a Feb. 21 Ashland Daily Tidings story. The story quotes a witness who compared the chase to

the "Grand Theft Auto" video game. After he high−centered the car, Abunayyan was arrested on accusations of driving under the influence of intoxicants, assault on a public safety officer, three counts of first−degree criminal misconduct, reckless driving and five counts of recklessly endangering another person.

He was released from the Jackson County Jail on Feb. 20 after posting $6,500 of his $65,000 bail. The Jackson County District Attorney's office is still reviewing the case and has not formally charged him, said District Attorney Mark Huddleston.

Yazeed Mohammed Abunayyan's Mugshot & Booking Info Note his race is listed as "White" when

Yazeed Mohammed Abunayyan's Mugshot & Booking Info

Note his race is listed as "White" when he is clearly an Arab!

Change!

Mugshot & Booking Info Note his race is listed as "White" when he is clearly an

No money for White kids who want to study and learn − plenty of money to bribe

niggers to attend school. Note that this has NOTHING to do with actual learning and more about teacher's unions maintaining their access to "free" government handouts. Remember, we didn't have these problems in schools 70 years ago and

there were plenty of poor White kids them not to reproduce

This money would be better spent bribing

Cincinnati High School Paying Students to Come to School

February 13, 2012 − From: cleveland.cbslocal.com

CINCINNATI, Ohio (CBS Cleveland) −− A Cincinnati high school is paying its students to come to school.

The Dohn Community High School has launched a $40,000 incentive program to get students to come to class.

The school's CEO Ken Furrier told CBS Cleveland that students will get Visa gift cards for showing up everyday for school, being on time for class and not getting into trouble. Seniors would get $25 while underclassmen would get $10.

The school would also put $5 into a savings account for the student that earns a gift card.

"Our student population is 90 percent poverty," Furrier told CBS Cleveland. "Money is important to them. We can't teach them if they're not here."

Despite taking criticism for the program, Furrier brushes it aside.

"I think the thing that many parents have to realize is that these kids are very poor," Furrier said. "They don't have all the benefits suburban kids have."

Dohn students have come around to the idea, excited about being rewarded for coming to school.

"I'm very excited to get the money," 16−year−old student Arneqka Lester told the paper. "It makes me want to come to school on time, not that I don't. But some students don't have the money and this will help them. It's a good idea".

The school is trying out this new idea after the Ohio Department of Education designated the school an "academic emergency" on its report card. About 14 percent of students graduated from Dohn during the 2010−2011 school year.

Furrier said the program −− which began Monday −− has already seen benefits. Class attendance yesterday was up by 15 percent compared to Friday.

yesterday was up by 15 percent compared to Friday. "Sheet dawg Ahs don't be needin' no

"Sheet dawg

Ahs don't be needin' no whitey 'riffmattick!"

Photos from the Library of Congress of Anacostia High School (District of Columbia) in 1939.

of Anacostia High School (District of Columbia) in 1939. These students did not need to be
of Anacostia High School (District of Columbia) in 1939. These students did not need to be

These students did not need to be paid to attend school.

Note the boys wearing their ROTC uniforms.

And it starts

There is only ONE reason for Democrats not wanting people to show an ID to vote. It's so illegal aliens can vote too! Funny, liberals have no problems with the government running our healthcare, but when the same government asks them show a valid (free) ID so our elections can be fair − they stomp their feet and pout!

Owning a firearm is also right, but they still make you shown an ID to purchase (and carry) a weapon. Don't count on liberals protesting that

Voter ID laws discriminate against Blacks and Hispanics − in the same way burglar alarms do!

Judge Who Ordered Halt to Voter ID Law Signed Walker Recall Petition

March 6, 2012 − From: greenbaypressgazette.com

MADISON − A Wisconsin judge who filed a temporary injunction against the states new voter identification law also signed a petition seeking the recall of GOP Gov. Scott Walker, who was a staunch supporter of the law.

The Milwaukee Journal Sentinel reported Tuesday that Dane County Circuit Judge David Flanagans signature appears in a recall petition dated Nov. 15. It also lists his wife, who circulated the petition.

The newspaper reports that Maureen McGlynn Flanagan confirmed she circulated the petition and that her husband signed it.

Flanagans temporary injunction on Tuesday prevents the law from being in effect for the April 3 presidential primary.

The NAACP's Milwaukee branch and immigration rights group Voces de la Frontera filed their lawsuit last year. A five−day trial on whether there should be a permanent injunction is scheduled for April 16.

Flanagan had first denied an injunction request in February, saying NAACP plaintiffs did not sufficiently demonstrate irreparable harm for an injunction. The NAACP's lawsuit included 40 affidavits describing plaintiffs difficulties with complying with the law. But Flanagan at the time said the affidavits did not sufficiently demonstrate irreparable harm to justify the injunction. A hearing scheduled for April was supposed to focus on new plaintiff testimony.

Flanagans motion orders the Government Accountability Board and Gov. Scott Walker to immediately cease any effort to enforce or implement the law pending the April 16 trial.

NAACP Attorney Richard Saks said he feels good about the decision, but he wouldn't comment further.

Government Accountability Board spokesman Reid Magney had no immediate comment on the judges order. A spokeswoman for the state Department of Justice, which represented GAB in the case, did not immediately return messages seeking comment.

There are four lawsuits against the states new voter ID law, which went into effect in February. All of them are pending.